Heidi Norton

Heidi Norton received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002. Her work has been exhibited all over Chicago in venues such as Monique Meloche Gallery, Dominican University, Northern Illinois University Gallery, and Andrew Rafacz Gallery. Nationally and internationally, Norton’s has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Museum in Baltimore, the Knitting Factory in New York, as well as in Los Angeles, London, and Valenica, Spain. Norton was published in My Green City by Gestalten in 2011 and her artist profile was featured in the May/June issue of Art Ltd. This past year she had solo shows in San Francisco at Hungry Man Gallery, EBERSMOORE and NEIU in Chicago. She currently is collaborating with writer Claudine Ise in a seasonal column for Bad At Sports called Mantras for Plants. Her solo exhibition at EBERSMOORE was reviewed in Frieze, Sept 2011 and she was voted solo show of the year by New City 2011 and Top 10 Art Exhibition in Chicago  2011 by TimeOut. She is represented by EBERSMOORE gallery in Chicago.

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  1. […] Last Saturday, contributor Luan Barros visited Heidi Norton‘s studio to talk about her upcoming show “Reasons to Cut Into the Earth” at Johalla Projects. She discussed some of the featured work, which will be a mixture of projects completed at the ACRE residency and in her studio. She will also be showing a collaborative artist book, created by her and writer Monica Westin. Check out more of Heidi’s work here. […]